Anne Adams

California Institute of Integral Studies, Ph.D. 2005
Anne AdamsUniversity of Michigan, Educational Psychology, M.A. 1971
University of Michigan, Clinical Psychology, B.A. 1968

I have worked with many Fortune 500 companies and educational institutions both nationally and internationally for more than 30 years. I have designed, co-created, and led individual, cultural, and organizational transformation programs through integrating many diverse methodologies and philosophies in deep, systemic, transformation initiatives—for individuals, teams, corporations, professional groups, and educational institutions. I have been a teacher, school director, university instructor, a manager in an international educational corporation, and a business consultant to both large and small corporations.

My expertise in Individual, Cultural, Organizational Transformation (ICOT) is more easily contributed to people by integrating transformative practices, e.g. The Cultural Audit, The Power of Language to Create Reality, The World Café, and Appreciative Inquiry. My dissertation was entitled Education: From Conception to Graduation—A Systemic, Integral Approach.

Main Interests/Focus Areas

Transformation of individuals, cultures and organizations in business and education; Systemic Integral Education, From Conception to High School Graduation; Developing and integrating the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual intelligences

Personal Statement

I love to “practice” my own expression of integral living. It is the journey of a lifetime. I am committed to sharing that journey with others….supporting people in their own exploration of their own “self design”. I love yoga, biking, hiking, meditation, and most of all providing experience, expertise and exploration to others.

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